Who would have thought that so much needs to be accomplished to take over the world?
At the first of 2009, I made my first State of the Blog address called The Plot Thickens, detailing the course and effort for Spiritual Tyranny, and revealing my plan. I am back again in the first of 2010 to recap and then project the details of eventual world rulership.
Over the last year, we became acquainted with the five elements of tyranny: Universal Guilt, Incompetent Masses, Dictated Good, Abolition of Ambition, and Collective Conformity.
We have seen a glimpse of where and how the Destroyers rise, and their methods of Moral Seduction. We’ve detailed the headwork behind the tyranny, how the ideas go together to produce a result. And then we’ve shown examples of those ideas in action. The collectivists are on the march, and the elements that I am pointing out are there for all to see. The most tragic of the manifestation is the profound silence coming from the church. A silence born of passivity, of conformity, of abolished ambition. We are still being told that if we just play nice, it will be all right. If we just pray harder, it will be all right. God is in control, it will be all right. Don’t make waves: it will be all right. And worst of all: the evolutions in our culture are righteous; it will be all right. We are the church of the Weimar Republic. We are the docile volk of Germany spreading our Pixie dust of faith on all things unknown or unknowable without ever once asking the very important question. How can we beat the Baptists to the Smorgasbord if the government rations our schnitzel?
Err…something like that.
Militia recruiting will start soon so keep your eyes peeled for your local station. I need to work out a marketing campaign but “Army of One” and “the Few and Proud” and “72 virgins” seem taken. Without a catchy phrase, it is kind hard to generate a crowd. But it will be a winning army. I was looking into it a year ago, and I finally put a down payment on some thermonuclear ordinance. It was a little pricey but worth it in the long run. Soldiers want to know their army is a strong one. And besides, as an avid second amendment advocate, it is always better to be prepared.
As of now they think this is just the mad ramblings of a dubious personality. It’s all just fun and raves until someone gets hurt. And the tyrants don’t feel the pain just yet. They don’t realize that the rants are actually deep swings at the root of the tree. Who is they? The Platonist/Augustinian Collectivists currently advocating the foundations of tyranny, servitude, and destruction. What is the tree? The roots of their intellectual power beating people into compliance.
They don’t know it’s a problem yet: the words on this blog. I’m still no one from nowhere, but there is some proverbial wisdom somewhere about refusing to despise small beginnings. The practice is always more important than the big game. And besides, being someone isn’t nearly as important as being effective. As one bright ‘leader’ said to me once: “We really don’t know you, John.” To which I said: “I have to be someone in your mind before you will hear my words?”
2010 promises good things. Soon and very soon we are going to see the publication wing of my empire kick off with books and so forth lining its electronic shelves. And the podcasting gig is a hoot: more where that came from to be sure.
We are going to continue visiting manifestations of spiritual Tyranny when it is displayed in any and all venues: Religion, Church, Politics. Indeed we are seeing the tide of collectivism and its implicit morality wash across our country. Freedoms are being destroyed before our eyes and church leaders are infusing passivity into our souls. The moral seduction is romancing us to our own slavery. That is why we are going to continue showing that foundations of liberty are embedded in sovereign individuality. The starting place of all morality is the defense of the individual, and the greatest humanist ever was the inventor of radical monotheism: Yahweh God. And through the frolic we are going to revel in the fun and frivolity.
Happy New Year!